162 Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton’s LawsP6.8avrgg==FHGIKJ=211000286 561 0190966...km hm.80 m sh3600 sm1 km2bgejejP6.9Tmgcos ...500800980°==kgm s2(a)T=787 N: Tij=+68 6784.±±N Nafaf(b)acsin .: ac=0857. ms2toward the center ofthe circle.The length of the wire is unnecessary information. Wecould, on the other hand, use it to find the radius of thecircle, the speed of the bob, and the period of the motion.FIG. P6.9P6.10(b)v235653m36.0 sms.The radius is given by
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